The type of map to show. Possible values are 'normal', 'terrain', 'satellite', 'hybrid', or the ID of a custom map type, if any were created.
If set to true, shows the location description in a separate window when a point marker is selected by the user.
If set to true, shows a Google Maps polyline through all the points.
If set to true, shows the location description as a tooltip when the mouse is positioned above a point marker. This option used to be called
Show a map type selector that enables the viewer to switch between [map, satellite, hybrid, terrain]. When useMapTypeControl is false (default) no selector is presented and the type is determined by the mapType option.
An integer indicating the initial zoom level of the map, where 0 is completely zoomed out (whole world) and 19 is the maximum zoom level. (See "Zoom Levels" in the Google Maps API.)
If set to true, enables zooming in and out using the mouse scroll wheel.